eBrochure / Itinerary

Victorian Silo Art Trail    
5 Days - Departing Friday, 12 July 2024

$1465p.p. twin share;
$1391 p.p. twin share (Travel Club)  
Single Supplement $380
$250 p.p. Deposit to confirm booking
Balance Due 30 day prior to Departure


Tour Includes:
Home pick up and return
4 Breakfasts & Dinners
Entrances fees per itinerary
Day 1 : Adelaide - Ouyen - Swan Hill
Your chauffeured car will pick you up from home and drop you at our Aust-wide tours Depot 101 Muller Rd Hampstead Gardens for our 7.30am departure.  We travel the Mallee Highway to Barham via Ouyen for lunch (own cost).  We depart Ouyen and travel to the Patchewollock mural, created by Brisbane artist, Fintan Magee. Moving along onto Lascelles, to view their silo and our final silo stop for the day, Sea Lake. The artwork is a celebration of the stillness and silence found in outback Victoria, and the associated feelings of wholeness and freedom. Then finally making our way to Swan Hill for our overnight accommodation. (D)
Jane Eliza Motor Inn
Day 2 : Swan Hill - Shepparton
Awake to a cooked breaky ready for a fun-filled day starting with a trip to Echuca.  Our first stop is the Great Aussie Beer Shed & Heritage Farm Museum, with an unbelievable display of Aussie Icon paraphernalia including over 17,000 beer cans from Australia and around the world. Also we take in the Heritage Farm Museum with an extensive display of old farming equipment from the late 1800's including almost an entire range of Furphy farm water carts. Lunch time is in the port area (own cost).  After lunch, we make our way to Rochester and view the two painted silo's, moving along through Kyabram and onto Shepparton, our accommodation for the next 2 nights. (B D)
Sheppharton ~ Overlander Hotel
Day 3 : Shepparton - Yarrawonga - Shepparton
We depart Shepparton and make our way to Goorambat and follow the silo trail through Devendish, St James, Tunganah and onto Yarrawonga for lunch, here we let you wander the main street to grab a bite to eat. After lunch we have time for a cruise on Lake Mulwala. Lake Mulwala is a man–made reservoir created through the construction of the Yarrawonga Weir across the Murray River. We cruise on part of the Murray River, then an old creek to the other side of the lake pass some of the numerous homes on the water’s edge and back to our departure point. We then load up and make our way back to Shepparton. (B D)
Day 4 : Shepparton - St Arnaud - Horsham
Packing the coach after breakfast we make our way to Colbinabbin and view the towns silo art. Then moving along, we make our way to St Arnaud for a lunch stop, here there are many pictures on the buildings along the main street, After lunch we take time out to view the Silo with more silos to see we make our way to Rupanyup and Murtoa, and a quick stop at the stick shed and making our way to Horsham for our nights accommodation. (B,D)
Best Western Westlander
Day 5 : Horsham - Nhill- Adelaide
After breakfast we farewell our hosts at the motel and return home with fond memories of having fun touring places and friends, new and old.  On the way home we travel through to Goroke for a photo stop and up to Kaniva for lunch and a gander at the silo. After lunch we continue to Adelaide approximately 5.30pm. (B)